We talk to NASA's Chris Provencher about how his team is using Google's 3D-mapping smartphone to help astronauts up in space.
Apparently they're still squabbling over business, like the fact that Samsung is prioritizing its Tizen smartwatches over those running Android Wear.
There's plenty to like about this powerful phone that comes free of carrier restrictions and offers a whole host of customizable options.
But watch that screen: it’s the most expensive component on either device.
The team behind the next version of Google's mobile OS couldn't stop talking about all the changes coming soon to a device near you.
It sounds like the Android launcher is done for.
He's the Chief Marketing Officer for SwiftKey, an app you may use on your phone every day. He's also a longtime fan of smartphones.
Plug in smartphone. Use compatible apps via touchscreen or voice command. We try this easier, safer future for cars and devices behind the wheel of a 2014 Honda Civic equipped with Android Auto.
It's basically just a slimmed down version of Android for your wrist.
Android Police writes that the company will soon introduce "questing" abilities to the mobile games portal, among other features.
If you've been waiting to try it yourself, the app is no longer invite only.
Brits, brace yourself to start hearing “OK Glass” wherever you go.
An increased emphasis on wearables, the living room, and even cars will likely define the keynote of Google's annual developer conference.
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